Khama Rhino Sanctuary was set up in 1992 to help save the rhino as a highly endangered animal and re – introduce wildlife to the area in order that the local community could benefit from tourism. The Rhino Sanctuary also brings school kids from neighbopuring communities and Botswana’s second city Francistown, to help educate them about conservation. The Sanctuary is centered on the Serowe Pan – a large grass – covered depression with several natural water holes, in the Kalahari Desert. Basic camp sites and chalets offer chalets offer accommodation in the Sanctuary .Activities include game drives and walks to view the many animals that live in the area.Khama Rhino Sanctuary is an excellent option to explore in addition to the already well known attractions.

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